Summer Hello card - GDT Elizabeth Craft Designs

Moikka and happy Friday to you! I had the pleasure to be guesting at the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog again this month and I created a double tutorial for the post. You can see the original post here (link). There's a card, this card, with step by step instructions and a layout with a video, which I shall blog here in my own blog tomorrow. Both of the projects feature peachy, warm summer colors and lady bugs! And naturally summer project needs some shine, too, to remind of the glorious the sun. For the glimmer I used the Microfine Glitter.

The background for the projects is done using a GelliPlate, an embossing folder and some acrylic paint. Well, there's watercolors and stenciling, too. It was fun to do a step by step again but I must admit that I actually did the layout first and then turned the same steps into a card! 

It takes just eight easy steps and you can create a card like this. The amount of steps is almost equal when turning the same tutorial into a layout. Naturally the surface is a bit bigger, at least if you're working on a 12x12" sheet, but otherwise the steps are the same. First adding the acrylic paint, then the watercolors and so forth. If you wish to see the tutorial, please visit the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog (link).

Thank you for popping in today! Wishing you a pleasant weekend! 

Materials from Elizabeth Craft Designs:

Bouquet embossing folder
Soft Finish Cardstock Sampler Set 1 Vintage
Stage it Stencil Flower
Just a Note Clear Stamps
Thinking About You Rio de Janeiro
Leafy Branch 3 die
Silk Microfine Glitter Light Gold
Bunch of Flowers 4 die set
Lady Bug Quartet Red Rubber Stamp
Clear Double Sided Adhesive 3mm
5x12" Clear Double Sided Adhesive
Alphabet 2 Lower Case die
Soft Finish Cardstock White


acrylic paints
GelliPlate: Mini Shaped Plates
Prima Marketing: Watercolor set Tropicals
Ranger: Distress Ink Spiced Marmelade and Picked Raspberry
Ranger: Archival Ink Jet Black
A Flair for Buttons: Watercolor Designs 1 flairs
half pearls

Materials: Elizabeth Craft Designs, Ranger, GelliArts, Prima Marketing, A Flair for Buttons

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